Hey I am a 22 year old white male. I try to lift 4 times a week and run once or twice. I am pretty skinny but have gotten some tone over the past year. I take whey protein right after my work outs, and occasionally for breakfast as well. I was just thinking about starting creatine before lifting and wanted to get some opinions on this. I wanna max my results, but in a healthy long-term way. Everything I have read is pretty mixed reviews.
Hi Guy, If your bodystature is small frame, then you will find it very hard to put weight on, when I did bodybuilding to many years ago, we found drinking 3 pints of milk a ady and having milk with 3 raw eggs whisked into it after each session helped in putting weight on.
If thats any help but not up on moden ways of adding weight, as now I only have to look at a cream cake and on goes a pond.
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